Trustees sought for St George’s Hall

The St. George’s Hall Charitable Trust is looking to recruit two new trustees to help raise funds for the Hall’s development.

The Trust has two vacancies on its Board of Trustees and is hoping to find individuals with the right experience who have a genuine desire to help improve the Hall and who would act on a voluntary basis.

Professor Steven Broomhead, Chair of the Trustees, said: “The Trustees’ role is to identify donors who may be prepared to offer funding towards the Hall’s continuing development and restoration.

“We would encourage applications from anyone with an interest in St. George’s Hall who think they would be able to assist us in this task. We would be particularly interested to hear from people with experience in the financial, heritage or regeneration sectors.”

Anyone seeking further information about how to apply should contact Robin Thomaides, Liverpool City Council, Room 220, Municipal Buildings, Dale Street L2 2DH (Tel 0151 225 2405) or email

St. George’s Hall Charitable Trust is a registered charity established in 1995 to assist in fundraising for the preservation, restoration and development of the Hall. It has no ownership or management responsibilities for the Hall, these lie with Liverpool City Council.

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